Livingston County offers exceptional educational experiences for students of all ages.  From the youngest pre-schooler, to the college student, there are many options available from which parents and students can choose.

Dwight Township
High School

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Flanagan Cornell
High School

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Pontiac Township
High School

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Prairie Central
High School

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Senior High Schools

School NameContact Number
Dwight Township High School815.584.6200
School NameContact Number
Prairie Central High School815.692.2355
School NameContact Number
Flanagan-Cornell Unit 74815.796.2233
School NameContact Number
Pontiac Township High School815.844.6113
School NameContact Number
Streator Township High School815.672.0545

Junior High Schools

School NameContact Number
Prairie Central Junior High815.657.8660
School NameContact Number
Pontiac Junior High815.842.4343
School NameContact Number
Northlawn Junior High815.672.4558

Elementary Schools

School NameContact Number
Chatsworth Elementary School815-635-3561
School NameContact Number
Chenoa Elementary School815-945-2971
School NameContact Number
Westview Elementary School815.692.2623
School NameContact Number
Flanagan-Cornell Unit 74815.796.2233
School NameContact Number
Meadowbrook Elementary School815.657.8461
Prairie Central Upper Elementary815.657.8238
School NameContact Number
Odell Grade School District #435815.998.2272
School NameContact Number
Saunemin Elementary School815.832.4421

Pre-School and Day Care

School NameContact Number
Noah’s Ark Preschool815.842.2625
Heartland Head Start815.673.1300
School NameContact Number
Holy Trinity Christian Preschool815.672.6240
Streator Pre Kindergarten815.672.2366

College & University

Heartland Community College.
(Campus in Pontiac and Normal)
www.heartland.edu

Heartland Community College was established in 1990.  It has a current enrollment of over 10,000 credit students and 20,000 non-credit students.  HCC offers associate and transfer degrees.  Students can qualify for certification in 58 different areas.

Illinois State University
(Campus in Normal – 35 Miles)
www.illinoisstate.edu

Founded in 1857, ISU was the first public university in Illinois.  Current enrollment is around 20,000.   There are 6 colleges, 1,400 faculty and staff members, and 35 academic departments with more than 160 fields of study.

Illinois Wesleyan University
(Campus in Bloomington – 37 Miles)
www.iwu.edu

A private university founded in 1850.  IWU has an enrollment of 2,000 and is recognized as one of the nation’s premiere private residential liberal arts universities.  There are 39 majors and three pre- professional programs with 184 faculty members.

Lincoln College
(Main campus in Normal – 35 Miles)
www.lincolncollege.edu

Lincoln College offers academic and vocational programs.  Accredited by the North Central Association Lincoln offers both associate and bachelor’s degrees.